Suits season 8

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With Mike (Patrick J. Adams), Rachel (Meghan Markle) and Jessica (Gina Torres) gone, Season 8 opens with Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and his team fighting against Robert (Wendell Pierce) to maintain their relevance at the firm. Alex Williams (Dulé Hill) joins Harvey's side, while newcomer Samantha Wheeler (Katherine Heigl) joins Robert's, both hoping to get enough recognition to become partners. As the season progresses, the team deals with difficult cases, betrayal among their ranks, relationship troubles and old rivalries.

Episode 1

Right-Hand Man

Wed, Jul 18, 60 mins

The Season 8 premiere: Harvey and Zane grapple over who should lead as the firm works through its transition.

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Episode 2

Pecking Order

Wed, Jul 25, 60 mins

Harvey and Donna get their first taste of how Samantha operates. Alex tries to impress Zane.

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Episode 3

Promises, Promises

Wed, Aug 1, 60 mins

Harvey is drawn into a dispute with the firm's landlord; and Alex pursues Samantha's ex-client.

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Episode 4

Revenue Per Square Foot

Wed, Aug 8, 60 mins

Alex is caught between Harvey and Zane as Louis struggles to overcome a shocking setback.

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Episode 5

Good Mudding

Wed, Aug 15, 60 mins

Harvey confronts his personal issues to defend his brother. Louis sacrifices for family.

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Episode 6

Cats, Ballet, Harvey Specter

Wed, Aug 22, 60 mins

Harvey and Louis assess their relationship. Donna doubts Samantha's motives for helping her.

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Episode 7

Sour Grapes

Wed, Aug 29, 60 mins

Donna's agreement forces Harvey to help David Fox. Alex comes to Zane's aid on a personal venture.

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Episode 8

Coral Gables

Wed, Sep 5, 60 mins

Harvey helps Samantha settle an old score. Louis faces a hurdle on the path to fatherhood.

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Episode 9

Motion to Delay

Wed, Sep 12, 60 mins

An old foe backs the firm into a corner. Samantha and Alex try to broker a peace between clients.

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Episode 10

Managing Partner

Wed, Sep 19, 60 mins

When Harvey and Zane can't stay on the sidelines, Donna does what's best for the firm.

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Episode 11

Rocky 8

Wed, Jan 23, 60 mins

Harvey laces up for a rematch against an old foe. Louis struggles to hold the reins of the firm.

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Episode 12

Whale Hunt

Wed, Jan 30, 60 mins

Louis learns the finer points of managing Harvey. Alex is caught between Samantha and his wife.

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Episode 13

The Greater Good

Wed, Feb 6, 60 mins

Harvey and Donna are caught in the crosshairs when Stu is blackmailed; and Samantha revisits her past.

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Episode 14

Peas In A Pod

Wed, Feb 13, 60 mins

Harvey's forced to choose a side when Samantha and Scottie go toe-to-toe; and Louis represents Lipschitz.

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Episode 15

Stalking Horse

Wed, Feb 20, 60 mins

Donna's relationship complicates a deal for Harvey and Alex. Samantha helps Louis get justice.

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Episode 16

Harvey

Wed, Feb 27, 60 mins

When Hardman comes looking for retribution, the firm rallies to Harvey's defense.

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Suits star Sarah Rafferty reveals the most important moment in that Darvey scene

Warning: The following contains spoilers from the season 8 finale of Suits. Read at your own risk!

After eight seasons, episodes, and countless tension-filled moments, it finally happened. And by it, we obviously mean Darvey.

In the USA legal drama&#x;s season 8 finale, Donna (Sarah Rafferty) and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) finally went there. After barely surviving an ethics hearing (shout-out to Wendell Pierce&#x;s Robert Zane for sacrificing his license to save our favorite closer), Harvey realized that Donna was the one he wanted to be with and dashed over to her apartment. When Donna opened the door, she saw Harvey standing there and could tell from the look on his face that something had changed. So without a word, she invited him in, and Harvey responded by running down the hall and kissing her. As the episode ended, the two made their way to her bedroom.

While this wasn&#x;t the first time these two had kissed, it&#x;s still momentous because this is the first time Harvey has seemed invested in giving this a try. In the past, Donna&#x;s been alone in considering that there might be more going on here. Macht and Rafferty met before shooting the scene to discuss what it meant to them, and both decided that they wanted to make sure the shift &#x; that both Harvey and Donna are finally on the same page &#x; was conveyed in the blocking of their kiss and caught on camera.

My focus was, in addition to them being physically attracted to each other, what is this about emotionally and why is this moment different than other moments that they&#x;ve had? Why is it finally okay for them? Rafferty tells EW. In fact, the most moment important for me was the moment when our hands intertwine. We actually kept moving them to make sure they were in the frame because of that idea of them choosing each other and being partners. We felt like they were partners all along, but now this is the next level of this partnership. It&#x;s more than just a physical attraction. There&#x;s a lot of tenderness there and a lot of history. So it was very important to me that we find those moments on camera.

Creator Aaron Korsh told EW season 8 originally wasn&#x;t supposed to end like this, and Rafferty was surprised when she found out it was happening. Below, Rafferty opens up about the experience of shooting the scene, how she felt about Donna&#x;s relationship with Thomas (Sasha Roiz), and more.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How did you react when you first read that scene in the script?
SARAH RAFFERTY:
Interestingly enough, I think this has happened before in our scripts: That scene was not there when we first received the scripts. I was like, Oh&#x; you don&#x;t want us to see this yet, or you&#x;re not sure. Like, this isn&#x;t quite finished yet. So I thought it might be happening.

When I saw it, I was really excited to talk to Aaron about his process for getting there. All along, he&#x;s been the captain of the ship. It&#x;s actually kind of nice to not have to make those kinds of decisions and to just be like, Okay, he&#x;s got this. I was just really excited to hear his reasons about why now. I&#x;m particularly interested in what&#x;s going to follow, because I feel pretty strongly that, for Donna to make that choice in that moment after all this time, she has a pretty strong intuition that Harvey&#x;s in a different place in his life emotionally. She sees that he&#x;s ready, and she&#x;s open to it instead of protecting herself from what she fears he&#x;s not ready for.

When you first started shooting the season, did you have any sense that this is where it would be heading?
No. I had had such a wonderful time actually working with Sasha, and it was really refreshing for me that Donna finally had a boyfriend. Donna hasn&#x;t had a boyfriend, really, since Max Beesley&#x;s character [in season 3]. So being able to have that happy, falling-in-love Donna for a minute was really a pleasure, and to be able to dig into that. It seems from my Twitter that the fans were actually enjoying it too. I was really focused on that. The relationship with Thomas didn&#x;t feel like it was being developed in order to lead here, did it, do you think? I think it was just being developed.

I was surprised by how much I liked Thomas as a character and how into their relationship I was.
Yeah, he&#x;s a good guy. No one&#x;s perfect in the Suits world, but he&#x;s a good guy. They had chemistry and he was a good match for her, I think. But of course, that&#x;s going to set off some chain reactions. I just didn&#x;t know the chain reaction was going to be this.

This scene has been a long time coming. Did you feel that sense of history when it came time to shoot?
We talked about what their internal dialogue was. What are they actually saying to each other in those moments of quiet? We even had a little bit of a bigger moment after the first kiss where we pulled away and looked at each other and decided to continue on. That was important to fill the scene because at the end of the day, you may not have a lot of words, but you&#x;re definitely shooting a scene where communication is occurring between two people. A lot of communication has to occur from one doorway, down the hall, to choosing to walk through the other doorway in her apartment.

The thing that sort of stuck out is how Harvey not only shows up there, but that when she gives him the opening, he rushes to her. The blocking really conveys that he&#x;s fully going there, because in the past, Donna has been the one to push the issue.
Yes, Gabriel and I specifically chose that &#x; that she opens the door in that moment of like, What the hell is going on? But that look on his face, that intense vulnerability that he&#x;s feeling when you see him, is something that I think she always knew she might see. In that moment, the idea is, Oh my gosh, you have arrived as the person who can emotionally be present, and if you truly are, I&#x;m going to make space for you. I took three steps back and made the space for him to decide, like, If this is it, then I&#x;m here. If it&#x;s not, then turn around. But I can read that look and this feels different from any moment in our years together.

Alex helps Donna realize that she told Thomas about the deal because that was her way of closing the door on Harvey. When you shot that scene in the penultimate episode, did you play it that way in your mind?
We don&#x;t know what&#x;s coming next, right? We don&#x;t have the next script when we&#x;re shooting the current one, so no. I think that is interesting because Donna has an uncanny ability to understand other people&#x;s emotional lives, and it&#x;s really interesting to see that she has a blind spot in her own, that she needs an Alex to illuminate that for her, or that she needs to call her mom. I was so happy that Donna was finally calling her mom after eight years to say that I&#x;m having a really hard time making a decision, I have to choose between two people that I care about. When Donna decided to do that, I wasn&#x;t aware that she was doing it to &#x; it wasn&#x;t a chess move to make Harvey do anything. That wasn&#x;t how we were paying it. She was really stuck and this is a good guy and she didn&#x;t want it to be her fault. How is she going to live with herself if she didn&#x;t tell him? It&#x;s kind of great that Donna is maybe choosing love instead of work for once. I think the fans are interested in her choosing love or choosing personal life. It&#x;s also very interesting for women that sometimes there are sacrifices on both sides. Whichever side you&#x;re leaning to, you&#x;re leaning out of the other.

When we spoke at the beginning of the season, you mentioned how you wanted to dig into Donna&#x;s personal life. What was the most illuminating thing for you in getting to see those flashbacks?
I actually thought, and I had talked about it with Aaron years and years ago, that her parents were not together. It was really wonderful that they decided that she has a great relationship with her mom and that her mom chose her dad even though he was making decisions that caused financial turmoil in their life, and that she has that example in her life of her mom being astute. You gotta ask those questions: Why is Donna the way that Donna is? So in comes the Lolita Davidovich character, and we get a better sense of that. I love that, and I love the warmth that they have. It&#x;s also very important to learn about the things that didn&#x;t work out so well in her past. I was particularly moved by, as I always am, the passage of time and that moment when she says, Mom, let&#x;s go to Paris. Just that these ideas of the things that they&#x;ve missed and the regrets in their lives, and can we make up for lost time? Maybe that puts her in the emotional place she is in when Harvey comes to the door, like, What have been doing all this time? The years have been passing. Let&#x;s go to Paris, metaphorically. Let&#x;s listen to Oprah and live our best lives and be in the moment.

What are your hopes for the final season?
That&#x;s such a hard question for me to answer right now because I think it&#x;s bittersweet. We&#x;re so lucky and grateful that we&#x;ve had nine years. That probably won&#x;t happen again on another show. That&#x;s not really how things work. So, it&#x;s very sad to say goodbye, but it&#x;s also like, Oh my gosh, how can be anything but happy that we go to do this?

I think the idea of having the pressure of tying it all up is something that intimidates me. I don&#x;t know if that&#x;s possible. I hope that we end the season in the place where we continue to dream forward about their lives. We&#x;ve lived their lives for so many years with our fans that I hope we leave them in a place where they continue to live on in the imagination, because one thing we&#x;ve definitely learned doing this is no matter how we play a scene or which cut they decide to use, which is completely out of our hands, the viewer brings an equally powerful element to the interpretation of the scene in the way it lives once it&#x;s on the screen and once it&#x;s out in the world. Sometimes the scenes are interpreted or received in a very different way than maybe we even played them. I think that&#x;s a lot of the magic of the storytelling. So I hope that people feel that these stories are living on, and that it was a fulfilling and enlightening time to just go on this journey. I hope the fans that have been with us all along are happy with how we end, because we&#x;re so grateful for them that we got to do it.

Suits has been renewed for a ninth and final season.

This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.

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Is Suits season 8 on Netflix, who’s in the cast with Katherine Heigl and what is the legal drama about?

FANS of Suits will be pleased to here the show has returned for season eight.

But when is it on? And who will be in the cast? Here is all you need to know

 Suits season eight is now on Netflix

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When is Suits season eight on Netflix?

Good new for fans of the handsome Harvey Specter and co - the show has now returned for a new season.

Netflix dropped its first episode on July 19,

10 episodes will then be released once a week every Thursday - before going on a mid-season break.

 Harvey Specter has a new partner - Samantha Wheeler played by Katherine Heigl

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Who is the cast of season 8 of Suits?

The main cast are:

Meghan Markle and Patrick J. Adams left the show at the end of season seven.

 Rick Hoffman is back playing Louis Litt

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What will happen on Suits season eight?

The show picks up from the departure of Rachel (Meghan) and Mike Ross (Patrick).

The show released a teaser trailer prior to its premiere and we know that new character Samantha Wheeler doesn't exactly get off to a smooth start at her new job.

She is Harvey's (Gabriel Macht) new partner at his firm and he clearly isn't too thrilled about her working with his clients.

Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) also doesn't seem to be a fan of the straight-talking Samantha and tells her that her reputation and attitude is rubbing people the wrong way.

Donna (Sarah Rafferty), meanwhile, is seen telling Harvey quite bluntly: "We need to do something about her [Samantha]."

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Suits (season 8)

Season of television series

The eighth season of the American legal drama Suits was ordered on January 30, ,[1] and began airing on USA Network in the United States July 18, [2]

The season is the first in the show's history to see extensive cast changes with the departures of Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle at the conclusion of the previous season.[1][3] Following their departures, three actors have been promoted to series regulars: previously recurring guest star Amanda Schull as Katrina Bennett,[4] recurring special guest star Dulé Hill as Alex Williams,[1] and Katherine Heigl as Samantha Wheeler, who is introduced in the season premiere.[2]

The back half of the season premiered on January 23, [5]

Cast[edit]

Main article: List of Suits characters

Regular cast[edit]

Special Guest Cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

Guest cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of Suits episodes

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On May 25, , Entertainment Weekly released an interview with Katherine Heigl in which she described her character Samantha Wheeler as a "fierce and enigmatic lawyer who muscles her way into [the] central law firm, Zane Specter Litt." She also teased an antagonistic relationship between Samantha and the main protagonist Harvey Specter and an "uneasy dynamic" with Donna. The article included several exclusive first-look images from the season premiere and Heigl's character.[2]

Series creator Aaron Korsh confirmed that Patrick J. Adams won't be returning for any guest appearances in the first ten episodes of the season. However, he did state that he and Adams had discussed it and are both open to the possibility somewhere in the future. At the same time, he confirmed that Gina Torres won't guest star on the eighth season nor will there be crossover episodes in order to establish the world from the Chicago-based spin-off series Pearson as separate from Suits itself.[6]

Ratings[edit]

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